Wally Bock

How to start journaling to accumulate your ideas and experiences in writing

Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to recommend writing down what’s on your mind a little every day to use a future frame of reference when that thought would otherwise have been forgotten.

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Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on an already emerging genre of books about the many implications of the pandemic.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on how book writing was impacted by the pandemic and associated lockdowns, including whether just having time on your hands is enough to start a book.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on a book by Edward Shine about being a humble leader, who are dynamic people who don’t think less of themselves, but who think of themselves less.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on his favorite new book titled, “That Will Never Work,” by Mark Randolph, which is about the kind of thinking that has motivated thousands of entrepreneurs to become rich.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on a book by Edward Shine about being a humble leader, who are dynamic people who don’t think less of themselves, but who think of themselves less.